Water may be in shorter supply in northwestern Oklahoma’s Red Carpet Country, but there are still plenty of amazing places to take a swim, cast your line or take out the boat in this geographically distinct area. Characterized by majestic mesas and wide swaths of shortgrass prairie, Red Carpet Country is home to some of the most unique lakes in Oklahoma. We covered Kaw Lake in Ponca City in our overview of the state's major lakes, so now read all about these high-plains oases and make plans to visit this one-of-a-kind region today.Learn More
Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum
Take a walk on the wild side in lawyer and gunfighter Temple Houston's hometown museum. Here, frontier town vignettes feature Houston's office and parlor, a bank, saloon, jail, portrait studio and newspaper office. American Indian exhibits on site feature the Cheyenne and Arapaho Nations, as well as the Battle of the Washita of 1868. Pay a visit to the Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum in Woodward and tour the 1870s Lee-Lienemann Cabin from Old Camp Supply. Visitors can also see murals by Paul Laune, Pat "Kemoha" Patterson, Fred Olds and Jana Sol at this museum. The Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum is also the official tourist information site for Woodward.